Tests are hard. Disney characters can help.
It all starts with paying attention in class.
Fun fact: you’ll never remember what you learn if you make a daisy crown for your kitten instead of paying attention.
Confused faces are normal. Books can be hard.
Try holding them with the binding on the left and you’ll have a fighting chance.
Also, despite what this owl would have you believe, globes are meant for spinning, not standing.
While you’re learning, try to keep your badness level lower than your goodness level. If you’re not sure how, ask Lilo.
Then, once you’ve learned, study. Studying, by the way, is what Mike is doing. Sulley is doing what insiders call sleeping. It’s hard to study that way.
You should repeat that last step a few times. Stare at what you’ve learned and try to memorize. (Yoohoo… Tigger… the blackboard is behind you.)
The night before your test, grab that eye mask, that totally in vogue sleep cap, and catch some zzzzzs.
When you awake, breakfast. If you have a tiny dragon to assist with this step, then all the better. (Just don’t call him a lizard. He hates that.)
Successfully accomplish all that, and you’ll come out on top.
Good luck, guys. You already get As in our book.